Dia Mirza leads the conversation about pollution problems in Delhi
As he did with single-use plastic, Aarey and many other environmental problems that the country has faced, actress Mirza day , it is often crossed by a cleaner and greener country. The actress and producer, who is a goodwill ambassador for the UN, has often expressed concern over several issues, including the initiative to save snow leopards.
Not surprisingly, the current air pollution problems in Delhi led the star to ceaselessly tweet her anguish and urge the authorities to think about her decisions. When BCCI stood firm as host of the T20 India-Bangladesh tie in the middle of a thick smog of polluted air, Dia called him.
It is disconcerting that @BCCI has decided to go ahead with the T20 match despite the serious 412 of the AQI! This complete ... https://t.co/SGthmhEhfO — Mirza day (@deespeak) 1572510671000
And I sincerely hope that @BCCI understands the implications of insisting on moving forward with # T20 ... https://t.co/2pxjWZL4b9 — Mirza day (@deespeak) 1572597183000
@BCCI please stop hiding your head in the smog . This air harms players and the people that come to watch these game… https://t.co/1TTpYlcj11— Mirza day (@deespeak) 1572622776000
This. It is. Beyond. Absurd. The #AirQuality index is off the @BCCI lists, how can you be so ignorant? # T20I ... https://t.co/ZP2uBk2CBO — Mirza day (@deespeak) 1572776404000
The green agent also granted credit where appropriate and thanked the government of Delhi, in doing so, pressured Delhites to put his anxieties into action.
I thank #Delhi for closing the schools until November 5th. Now think of all those little children and old people who live ... https://t.co/mkA3mAwu1B — Mirza day (@deespeak) 1572622604000
What I can do? What can you do? Segregate/manage waste at home. Stop using single-use plastics. Stop burning ... https://t.co/5YPMEX4x7a — Mirza day (@deespeak) 1572597409000
Dia has been a torchbearer for various environmental causes and has been firm in the ban on disposable plastic and, as a defender of the Sustainable Development Goals, also campaigned with the United Nations in the lines of #BeatPlasticPollution. Dia also works with several organizations that work to reactivate and strengthen ties between man and nature.
The reasons for critical air pollution have not changed. The solutions EXIST. 14 of 21 of the most polluted cities ... https://t.co/vB8UwZA0mU — Mirza day (@deespeak) 1572596698000